Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Austria; Vienna; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP73340J. Sieder   53061991-08-19
Austria, Vienna, Vienna, Botanical Garden, 48.191462 16.383492

WSP
Phragmidium potentillae (Pers.) P. Karst.
WSP73588T. Barta   2015-10-09
Austria, Vienna, Vienna, district Landstrasse (III.), near the junction of Karl-Farkas-Gasse and Marianne-Hainisch-Gasse, 48.187803 16.403344, 167m

WSP
Phragmidium sanguisorbae (DC.) J. Schröt.
wSP73590T. Barta   2015-10-21
Austria, Vienna, Vienna, district Donaustadt (XXII.), Lobau, just S of the oxbow lake "Unteres Muehlwasser", near the path "Lobelienweg", 48.209082 16.459424, 158m

WSP
WSP73594T. Barta   2015-09-23
Austria, Vienna, Vienna, district Leopoldstadt (II.), Prater, western end of the pool Lusthauswasser, 48.191865 16.441229, 155m

WSP
WSP73595T. Barta   2015-11-07
Austria, Vienna, Vienna, district Donaustadt (XXII.), Lobau, "Goethenwasser" S-SSW of the path "Kreuzgrundtraverse", 48.155324 16.543118, 153m

WSP
WSP73599T. Barta   2013-10-23
Austria, Vienna, Vienna, Donaustadt (XXII.), Danube, on the island Donauinsel, near the hydroelectric power plant Freudenau, 48.178546 16.483337, 160m

WSP
WSP73606T. Barta   2015-09-23
Austria, Vienna, Vienna, district Leopoldstadt (II.), Prater, bank of the pool Krebsenwasser, 48.192799 16.447807, 157m

WSP
Pucciniastrum agrimoniae (Dietel) Tranzschel
WSP73607T. Barta   2013-10-09
Austria, Vienna, district Favoriten (X.), Kurpark Oberlaa, 48.144853 16.404892, 200 - 230m

WSP
WSP73610T. Barta   2015-10-25
Austria, Vienna, district Leopoldstadt (II.), just W of the junction of Taborstrasse and Vorgartenstrasse, 48.229533 16.393684, 162m


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Google Map

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